The Survivor

Marshall, Eliot
July 1976
New Republic;7/31/76, Vol. 175 Issue 5, p12
Profiles former U.S. Treasury Secretary John Connally. Details of the political career of Connally; His involvement in the Watergate scandal; Fundraising efforts of Conally for the Republican Party; Claim that in the months since his trial, while sealing his political bonds with the Ford administration, Connally has built a new, independent financial base for himself.


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